Chance Perdomo Dies ‘Gen V’ Star, he Was 27

Chance Perdomo Dies ‘Gen V’ Star, he Was 27 -Star of Generation V Chance Perdomo passed away in a motorbike accident. The authorities have stated that there were no further persons involved. He was in his 27s.

“His passion for the arts and insatiable appetite for life was felt by all who knew him, and his warmth will carry on in those who he loved dearest,” a message from Perdomo’s family and representatives states. As the family grieves the loss of their cherished son and brother, we kindly ask that you honor their request for privacy.

Perdomo most recently portrayed Andre Anderson, Luke’s best friend and a popular student with magnetic manipulation skills, in Prime Video’s Gen V. In The Boys offshoot series Superhero, he collaborated with Jaz Sinclair, Lizze Broadway, Maddie Phillips, and London Thor. After the incident, work on Season 2 will be delayed.

We’re having trouble comprehending this. Chance was a tremendously gifted performer, a pleasant and smiling individual, and above all, a really kind and loving person who was loved by all of us who knew and worked with him. It doesn’t even make sense to write about him in the past tense. We are mourning the loss of our friend and coworker and are deeply sorry for Chance’s family. In a statement, the show’s producer advised viewers to “hug your loved ones tonight.”

The tragic death of Chance Perdomo has devastated the entire Gen V family, as confirmed by Amazon MGM Studios and Sony Pictures Television. We at Sony Pictures Television and Amazon MGM Studios send our deepest condolences and solidarity to Chance’s family and all those who knew him during this trying time.

Prior to joining Gen V, he starred alongside Kiernan Shipka, Ross Lynch, and Michelle Gomez in Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina as Ambrose Spellman.

Born in Los Angeles, Perdomo was reared in Southampton, England, despite being of Afro-Latino descent. He intended to study law after graduating, but he put more of an emphasis on acting. He started his career as an employee of London’s National Youth Theater.

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